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PC DVI to HDMI Regza Connection

I am trying to configure my 52LX177 Regza to a ATI onboard HD3200 DVI output.

I have tried all types of user manual supported resolutions with no success. The PC input thru a VGA connection works great at 1024 x 768.

The DVI output works to display a 1280 x 720 display on a Dell LCD screen. So I know it is outputing a signal. After setting this up and switching the cables from the Dell to the Regza HDMI 2 or 3 input I get a no video signal message. When I return to the Dell LCD screen I see a window message that to use the DVI to HDMI connection I will need to use a separate audio source from the computer. This tells me the ATI software is seeing the connection to the Regza.

I have tried just about everthing I can think of and could really use some help from a expert.

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  • fixmedom May 17, 2008

    I am having the exact same problem.

  • Anonymous Nov 16, 2008

    toshiba regza 42" and ati 2600 pro

  • mrsruskets Dec 14, 2008

    REGZA 52HL167 having same issue, only showing Unsupported Video Signal instead of No Video Signal.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2009

    We're seeing the same problem on our computer. The computer itself sees that the TV is attached but the TV shows a "NO Video Signal" error.

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I'm getting the same problem with an ATI Radeon HD 2400 going to a Regza AV555D on HDMI 1. In order to get the picture back I have to call up the source menu and move down to HDMI 2 (without clicking OK, just hover) and wait for the screen to change. Then go back to HDMI 1 for a few seconds until it flickers and then press OK. A bit long winded and far from a solution but it's enough to sync it all back together again

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